In computing modules, the main competitor of Intel in 2013 of the sample will be present at the core architecture of ARM Holdings.
Starting next year, Advanced Micro Devices integrates the ARM-core Cortex-A5 in their accelerated x86-processor modules. Now the past is made up of x86-chip crystal and video graphics. In addition to the ARM-making will be enhanced support for new security features.
The nuclei of Cortex-A5 will not be used for running applications, and will be engaged in the processing of TrustZone-security technologies. The fact that TrustZone is already implemented in the single-chip systems, ARM, AMD is why it makes more widely used standard, rather than engage in costly development of the hardware security.
Platform Security Intel Trusted Execution Technology is not part of x86-specification, so the x86-license, issued by AMD, it does not cover.
It is believed that in the future, AMD-processors will be able to directly and comprehensively to work with ARM-code.